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. in san francisco, carolyn tyler, abc7 news. >> still to come, the fbi says it's a growing problem. the number of lasers being pointed at airplanes and it could reach a new high this year. right now a live look at the bay from our emeryville camera. you can see nice and calm out there. when did comes to viewing for the blue angels or whatever you want to do, a nice day is on the way. lisa argen will here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios >> welcome back, everybody. as you see, the sun is on the way up. there's a hint of gold out there. lisa argen is saying mt. tam today may be 75 degrees or so. nice and warm. great day throughout the bay area. we will get the specifics to where you are coming up in just a few minutes. >>> this afternoon another cargo ship is scheduled to be launched from cape canaveral in florida to the international space station. the ship is financed by the private california company space-x. last may, as you see
with her daily walk to school. the fbi is involved with the search, which has included a home investigation of jessica shared with her mother. law enforcement interviewing the family, not ruling anything out. here are the mother and father. >> everybody that knows me and knows our family knows that we didn't do anything. i know that it is something that has to be done. you know, they have to get it out there. >> they asked me if i thought that she did it, and i said, there is no way. i've never believed that. i mean, same as i would never do something like that. i don't see see how any parent or child. jon: investigators say that the family has been offering. the only clue is that the backpack was found miles from the house. if you have any information, here is the number to call it the westminster colorado police department, (303)658-4360. jon: at heart just breaks for the parents. what a strange story. the obama administration initially appointed to the assault in libya as a spontaneous protest that has to do with the anti-muslim film. here is secretary of state hillary clinton in the day
told the judge thursday that the fbi was investigating a credible threat of violence if the posters went up here in d.c. but the judge went ahead and ordered those posters be placed into metro systems and said basically this was a first amendment issue. they say, in any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel, defeat jihad. many say the ads are offensive, because they equate muslims with savages. citing those concerns from the fbi, metro wanted to delay displaying the ads until the protests in the middle east over that innocence of muslims films has subsided. the sponsors sued to have them put up immediately and won. riders have mixed feelings. >> it's discrimination, because it's not right to generalize the jihad terrorists and muslims. >> they should be allowed on free speech grounds, but i think it's irresponsible. >> this is america, it's freedom of speech. >> reporter: a woman was arrested last month in new york after she tried to deface one of the signs there. they went up there on september 24th in new york. the signs are also up on
convey that emotion. and what i felt when i saw it. >> reporter: retired fbi agent brad garrett who questioned malvo after his capture says he's not surprised that malvo is willing to pin much of the terror on mohammad when he wasn't before. the spell is zbon, the whole idea that mohammad was a good person has dissolved. so now what he's doing is stepping forward, taking responsibility, but he's clearly putting mohammad in the picture. >> reporter: mohammad was executed in 2009. josh white, "the post" reporter couldn't get new pictures of malvo. the prison allowed no cameras, writing utensils or anything else. can you tell what you say he looks like now? >> he looks similar to what he looked like before though about ten years older. he's kind of a slate guy. he's not particularly tall. he's not figuratively heavy. his hair was very closely cut. >> reporter: paul rufa, one of the first shot during the spree, says he forgives malvo. >> if i held the same hate today or that i felt in 2002 when he tried to kill me, i would have wasted or just damaged the last -- i would have let him dam
september 16th would have said that ambassador rice said. >> there was no protest the state department fbi and others have that video. >> the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> your knowledge on the situation in libya, did you come to a conclusion as to whether it was a terrorist act or whether it was based on a film that was on the internet? lieutenant colonel wood? >> it was instantly recognizable to me as a terrorist attack. >> insurance santly recognizable? why is that? >> main ly because of my prior knowledge there i almost expected the attack to come. we were the last flag flying it was a matter of time. >> you heard it there. the other question now facing the obama administration is who is to blame for all of this. bill o'reilly asking colonel ralph peters if it was going to fall on secretary of state hilly cloin ton. >> secretary clinton is a survive. she took the innovation course and clearly doesn't want to take the rap. she knows how deep this problem goes. >> i can asewer you no serious
that their firewalls had been breached by the chinese, that they'd been informed of that by the fbi. and so by doing this, chairman rogers simply is able to raise a larger awareness of it. as for the huawei allegation, we'll see. we haven't seen the report yet and the specifics. >> the reason why the issue has been treated with -- this has been going on over the course of a decade at least. it's not just in technology. it's in other areas of business where intellectual property in general is being stolen, allegedly by chinese hackers and chinese corporations. think of how many u.s. companies we talk about who want to make inroads into china and they fear retribution, being locked out of a market, that's a bottom-line fear. when i heard that these companies were being invested and could face some sort of punishment or blocked from entering the u.s. market, i thought immediately, is cisco going to feel the same impact in china? are other companies going to feel the impact of being able to do business in china? >> chinese cyber espionage has only ratcheted up dramatically over the last decade. ten year
the attack four americans dragged out and murdered there, we tried to get back. remember that story, the f.b.i. couldn't get back for weeks to the exact sight. >> brian: they were staying there 24 hours. >> steve: apparently there was -- this is where the white house in one of the instances fell down. they needed coordination between the libyans and department of justice and f.b.i.. the white house should have made that happen. they did not. people are starting to connect the dots. it looks like a cover up. last night on the bill o'reilly program. brit hume sat down with bill, smells like a problem for the white house. if this president were a republican, this would be a big story on all of the channels which currently it is not. >> certainly it is fair to say if it was a republican president. >> they would be going wild. >> a huge to do not only in the security and intelligence failure and senate cover up. that trail would be picked up it has fallen to fox new to follow up. >> pbs news did a good job. it comes down to cheryl. >> she is a very good reporter and that is one phase of the story.
really won't know, i think, until those reports, the fbi, the state department, and congressional investigations are complete, and the entire picture is clear. that's why you've got this kind of back and forth. >> and, jill, do we think any of that information will come out before the election or essentially people will take a look at the final debate between these two and make up their minds about foreign policy based on that? >> you know, when you look -- i think if you get out of washington and you look at people in the country side, i am not quite sure that all of these fine details are going to make that much difference. i think the overarching thing that could is this charge by mitt romney that the administration has been weak, it didn't, you know, define what should be going on in the world. if you accept that, then perhaps that argument does hold weight, but that, i think, is overarching. if you take the whole speech, it's really has obama been weak, standing back and not really leading, and that's what mitt romney is saying. >> all right. jill dougherty, good to see you.
why -- you know, they just now like 20 days later sent the fbi in, because they said it was too dangerous to send the fbi to benghazi to investigate this. they provided no security. they let their guard down. an ambassador -- i'm playing it out. an ambassador dies because of that. they got one warning after another and ignored it, and so now i guess it makes sense for them. i'm doing this on the fly. now it makes sense to say, there was never any protests. we could is never known this it happened, so it just happened spontaneously and who could have saved the ambassador's life? i guess, willie, that's why they're doing it. >> we're going to hear more. the darrell issa hearings begin today and we hear from the head of security in libya who said he sent cables, one in march and july asking for additional security there because of the threat he believed there was and did not get a response. >> all right. let's go to politico. >> keyword we've been using, we employed the word four or five times in the last two minutes. we guess, we guess. we don't know. >> politico. >> they won't sa
't officially tied the crime scene to the missing girl, but they do believe that jessica was abducted. the fbi and police will be back on the scene today to search for more clues. >>> just two days after jerry sandusky was sentenced for molesting 10 young boys, word this morning that his $59,000 annual pension has been revoked. the news comes as we learn more about the letters the former penn state assistant football coach and his wife sent to the judge before his sentencing. in those letters they both portrayed themselves as victims of a conspiracy and wrote that the justice system let them down. >>> after 30 years fast food chain wendy's is getting a new look. check it out. their logo is changing and hopes of branding itself as a higher end hamburger chain. it features the company's name written in a newer red font and the always recognizable girl in red pigtails appear as little more mature. this is the fifth logo update since the company was found inside 1969. i didn't realize wendy's was that old, 1969. i don't think i realized that. >> yeah. the girl looks pretty much the same to me. >
commanders, with dhs, fbi and other agencies in government. we need to see an attack coming in order to defend against that attack. we are looking at ways to strengthen cipher command as well. we must ensure that it has the resources, the authority, the capability required to perform this mission. it must also be able to react quickly to events unfolding in cyberspace and fully integrate cyber into all of the department also plans and activities. finally, the third area is to build stronger partnership. as i have made clear, securing cyberspace is not the sole response ability of the united states military or even the sole responsibility of the united states government. the private-sector, government, military, our allies all share the same local infrastructure. we all share a deep responsibility to protect it. we are deepening cooperation with our closest allies with the goal of sharing that information, that a mighty cheer capabilities, and determining malicious activities -- maximizing sheered capabilities and determining militias activities. we have made cyber a major topic of di
about 200 people marched through downtown. no one was arrested. >>> today the fbi plans to comb through a murder scene in hercules. susie ko was killed at her home friday night between 7:00 and 10:00 by someone who stole her car a blue subaru. ko was a well thought of former teacher. traffic traffic and weather coming right up ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. >>> good morning. we are just getting word of capitol corridor delays, train number 525 delayed 25 minutes between suisun and martinez. on the roads, a look at one of our bridges, san mateo bridge. westbound 92 looks good right now. we had an earlier crash westbound 92 approaching 101. it is now off to the right-hand shoulder so yeah, it is "holiday light" across the bay area this morning. a lot of folks have columbus day off. here's a live look at the nimitz, 880 past the coliseum. no delay right now in those northbound lanes right there past the coliseum. that is your "timesaver traffic." for your fore
to al qaeda. >>> the fbi says friendly fire is likely to blame for the death of a federal agent in arizona. nicholas ivy was killed and another agent injured in tuesday's shooting. police have arrested two men who could be connected to the incident. the agents were responding to an alarm that was going off near the arizona/mexico border when they came under fire. >>> a chinese factory that produces iphones is shut down for now as thousands of workers have gone on strike. the employees at fox con factory are upset over increased quality control demands and being forced to work during a national holiday. a labor watch group says workers beat quality control inspectors after management ignored their complaints. this is the latest in a long line of problems at fox con factories. last month 2,000 workers were involved in a giant brawl. >>> safety investigators are looking into a possible recall of some honda minivans and suvs. the national highway transportation safety administration says they have received complaints about the honda odyssey and honda pilot for model years 2003 and 2
with radical islam and a f.b.i. act said do you understand you have a terrorist compound of islamic muslim training about 30 miles from your office, so you better be careful with what you're doing. that's how we became interested. >> steve: i understand a guy who was recruited out of prison to -- and wound up living with the people at the terror training camps who was working with the nypd, came up to you and he goes, look, i got to tell you the story because if people knew what was going on here, they'd be horrified. >> yeah. most people have never heard of it in the united states, a very foreign name. but almost everybody heard of "wall street journal," daniel pearl. and daniel pearl was on his way to investigate the leader of these compounds in america when he was kidnapped and beheaded and dismembered. this book and what ali has to say pretty much tells the rest of daniel pearl's investigation. they've been here over three decades; that they have committed assassinations and murders and kidnapping, that they're involved in gun running and drug running, that their whole goal is purify i
weeks and we just had fbi agents get on the ground there. i think the expectation is that you come out and you call terrorism terrorism. you go after vigorously after those terrorists. there is a distink difference in leading from behind or being app genic or passive about a foreign policy and one who is strong. >> i'm talking about iran and -- be. >> forgive me for interrupting you. >> i hear you -- using an example of syria because again we want to give americans the opportunity to hear directly from governor romney when he gives a speech today. >> it looks like in the excerpts that have been sent -- >> a distinct difference overall. >> he covers libya and egypt and syria. >> yes. >> there's a range. let's talk about iran for a moment. when you actually analyze the candidate's positions if you look at governor romney's position on ir and that red line that as you remember benjamin netanyahu was drawing in his speech and president obama's position they're similar, aren't they identical, really? >> well, soledad, i'm not going to get into the back and forth on foreign policy. i'm not
. why does the fbi come with reservations to investigate mergers and versus the state in some communities and the whole issue of who has jurisdiction is like one of the issue is why we are on the hill today dealing with violence against women to figure out how can the tribal government be able to have jurisdiction to be able to protect their women and children from perpetrators and another issue that you deal with as a foundational peace in your book is you talk about the welfare act you mentioned a little bit about the adoption in the high number of children and foster care. we are waiting for this decision that is coming out in south carolina about the indian child welfare and i think people who are policy decision makers should read this book because it has the ground and principles on the issues we are dealing with today. in a few minutes we have left i wanted to be able to -- what are those policies and what were you thinking when you include those in the book and what were your hopes? >> guest: a lot of people want a lot of indian studies 101. how does sovereignty work?
tragedy. on the specifics, there is an investigation under way by the fbi and the state department has launched what it calls an official accountability review board. we do not have the full picture of what actually happened, but there is no question that this is a major tragedy. it is the first time in more than two decades that the u.s. has lost an investor in a situation like this. has lost an ambassador in a situation like this. host: susan glasser is editor in chief at "foreign policy magazine. indiana. chris. independent line. caller: jobs are going to be the most important thing in the election, but foreign policy will be important. as far as governor romney not pointing of the specificity of what he would do differently, i disagree. in his speech he pointed out a lot of things that he would do differently. he strongly backs israel. more money for the military. opposing various things. it was a vast contrast to the president. as far as foreign policy concerns respecting the election, you know, the president's policies have not seemed to have worked in the middle east. they have
go sideways, it could go to the white house, the fbi. there are a lot of people and place thaes had to fai places that had to fail for this tragedy to occur. bill: do you think they misled you and the american people? >> absolutely. there is no question as senator corker said, at least by the time that ambassador rice made her outlandish statements at our most important ambassador, ambassador to the u.n. everyone knew it wasn't true. that becomes the real question of why in the world would an ambassador make a statement that was not supported even a few hours after the attack, and certainly wasn't supported a day, two days or in this case five days after the attack. bill: you have three principle players here, you have susan rice, hillary clinton and the president, right? are you suggesting that any of these individuals, or all of them, lied about this? >> well, certainly we are going to get to the bottom of ambassador rice rice' false statement. you have to understand something. the reason i called my committee back during the time when most members are home campaigning is because
pickering, a former statesman leading this, looking into it, the fbi has an investigation in addition to this congressional one. it's key to understand. because this was a tragedy. >> okay, so joe by your assessment did somebody in the state department make a mistake or was this a series of mistakes in several places, or can this be classified as a mistake? >> i think it's too early to call this a mistake. we're living in a volatile world. the middle east is in turmoil. and the middle east across the region for decades has consistently received threats at its embassies at its missions, its consulates. this is a tragedy. and the state department is the first agency interested, most interested in protecting its personnel overseas. but to determine now in the heat of the oversight and understanding what happened on the ground and the information gathering, it's still too early to tell. i really hope that we can respect the outcome of the legitimate investigations that are under way before we determine this. >> okay. was vice president biden right when he responded to criticism by pointin
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